4 member(s) found this review helpful.
I was drawn to this book by the subject matter and morale dilemma of a high school principal having a teen-aged daughter who gets pregnant - on purpose no less! I would consider this a "good" book, but there was not enough happening in it to be really riveting. It kind of dragged for me in the middle when it kept going around and around who was supportive, who was pointing fingers, etc. It was very interesting to see how far stretching of an effect the teenage pregnancies had and what long-term outcomes came of the girl's irrational behavior. In the end, it wrapped up nicely and I had tears in my eyes. I would recommend this book - I'm just not raving about it.
2 member(s) found this review helpful.
Yuck, snore, yawn, blah. For some reason I was under the impression this was supposed to be a true story, but then I realized the author must've gotten the idea from a true story when I started reading it. I got through about 100 pages and couldn't force myself to continue. It is SO boring, so unrealistic, unbelievable, and just drags on & on. Not recommended.
1 member(s) found this review helpful.
Since I have a teenage daughter, this book was a very relevant read and reminded me to keep tabs and keep communication open between us.